RMS Mauretania during WW I. The boat is painted, as many were in both world wars, in Dazzle or Razzle Dazzle camoflague. The idea was to disorient attacking U-boats, the paint job supposedly making it hard to determine the target vessel's type and course.

Cunard's Mauretania in dazzle paint doing her part in World War She served as a hospital ship and a troopship and survived the war. In she was converted to oil burning and held her Blue Riband until

RMS Mauretania. she had her maiden voyage in 1907 and held the Blue Riband for speed for a record 20 years. She worked as transport and hospital ship during WW1 and during her long caree at sea made 269 double crossings of the Atlantic. Her last crossing was in 1934 and the ship was broken up the following year.

RMS Mauretania - Maiden Voyage 1907 - Retired from service 1934 - Scrapped 1935 in Scotland

RMS Mauretania with LED Lights Limited Model Cruise Ship 30""

RMS Mauretania with LED Lights Limited Model Cruise Ship 30"

RMS Mauretania with LED Lights Limited Model Cruise Ship 30""

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Mauritania (ship) (between 1906 and - RMS Mauretania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

RMS Mauretania,built in 1906 was one of the first ocean liners to convert to the steam turbine and was soon followed by all subsequent liners.

RMS Mauretania was an ocean liner designed by Leonard Peskett and built by Swan…

RMS Mauretania (1907) First Class Smoking Room - Looking from the centre of the room partition towards the rear of the ship.

Mauretania Swan Hunters Cruise Ship re-imagined digital rendering 2011

RMS Mauretania Second Class Smoking Room - RMS Mauretania (1906) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

RMS Mauretania Second Class Smoking Room - RMS Mauretania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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